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Power Up For The Paradigm Shift
“Power Up for the Paradigm Shift: Marketing, Brand, and Identity in a Changing Marketplace” has come and gone but the tips, conversations, and panelist jokes won’t be forgotten anytime soon!
The four panelists gathered at Pima Community College’s district office boardroom in Tucson, Arizona to talk with dozens of community members about finding new jobs, creating new businesses, growing businesses, and changing Tucson.
They offered tools to succeed plus tackled the topics of marketing, branding, and identity.The panelists and organizer were:
RABBI SAMUEL COHON
“Too Jewish” radio host and Senior Rabbi of Temple Emanu-el
LYNDEN KIDD, J.D.
Healthcare recruiting firm CEO and facilitator of PEERS AZ workshops
Multi-media communications, performing artist, and success coach
Marketing and communications Sr. VP for TREO
Communications specialist and college instructor